Welcome to the Year 1 Learning Zone
Welcome to the Year 1 Learning Zone!
With the current closure of the school, this page has been created to help with learning at home. We understand that every situation is different and the most important thing at this time is to keep safe and well. Enjoy time with your children to laugh, read, dance, play, sing and just be. At this age, play is absolutely vital to a child's communication, social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. Along with love, it is central to their well being. Please encourage lots of play - we will be uploading ideas after Easter along with the other curricular areas.
Each week we will upload an overview of work covering the different curricular areas that your child could complete, as well as links to relevant websites and games. A little bit of daily reading, phonics and numeracy would help your child to retain a lot of the learning and skills they have acquired so far in Year 1.
We really miss seeing those happy, smiling faces every day in school, so please do keep in touch via Seesaw and send us photos and videos of what your child gets up to. Regular contact is so important to us. Please contact us via Seesaw if we can help in any way.
Year 1 Learning Zone Weekly Overviews
Please click on the buttons below to access the Year 1 Activity Pages for the weeks indicated. We plan to add new activities and links each week to enable you as parents to access the Year 1 Curriculum and age appropriate learning activities.
Phonics Guide Videos: Saying the sound & Writing the sound
Quick Links to On-Line Resources
Over the coming weeks we will be adding links to web sites and useful learning resources for use at home. Specific links will be added to the weekly overview pages to support activities as appropriate. Below are a variety of general links that we hope parents and pupils will find particularly useful.
World Around Us
Other Useful Links
This is a link to the Topmarks site with further links to parent resources and learning games. We have sign posted the Maths Magician games in particular as a way of revising, reinforcing and testing number facts.